Musicians

Blekbala Mujik

Origin
Barunga, Australia, Top End (Northern Territory)
Genre/styles
Pop | Reggae | Rock | Traditional | World
About

Blekbala Mujik are: Peter Millar - Guitar, Vocals; Lachlan Lawrence - Bass, Vocals; Lazarus Murray - Didgeridoo, Vocals; Johnny Blanasi - Lead Guitar; Allan Murphy - Drums, Vocals; Jason Fuller - Clap Sticks, Dance; Ngarritj Ducky - Clap Sticks.

The name "Blekbala Mujik" is in Kriol, a language widely used in northern Australia by Aboriginal people. It means "Blackfella Music".

Discography

Album formats explained Explain formats

  • 10": 10 inch vinyl records were played at 45 or 33 1/3 rounds per minute (rpm). The former could hold 9, the latter 12 minutes of music per side.
  • 7": 7 inch records (often referred to as 45s) were played at 45 rpm or 33 1/3 rpm, with about 4:30 or 6 minutes of music per side.
  • LP: Long play, is a vinyl record played at ​33 1⁄3 rpm with a 12 or 10-inch diameter.
  • EP: Extended play, are vinyl records that allowed two or even three songs on each side.

Midnait Mujik

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Released
1990
Tracks
  1. Barunga Festival
  2. Buffalo Stampede
  3. Come With Me
  4. Don't Worry Just Be Happy
  5. Drangkinbala
  6. Dreamtime Dancer
  7. Farewell
  8. Living In The Dreamtime
  9. Love Is A Beautiful Thing
  10. Mi Mi
  11. Monday Nights
  12. Ready For The Loving

Nitmiluk

Blekbala Mujik - Nitmiluk
Released
1990
Tracks
  1. Blackman's School
  2. Common Future
  3. Fish
  4. Indigenous Man
  5. Kakadu
  6. Ngukliya Fiya
  7. Nitmiluk
  8. Uluru
  9. White Cockatoo

Come-N-Dance

Blekbala Mujik - Come-N-Dance
Released
1993
Tracks
  1. Black Cockatoo
  2. Come N Dance
  3. Drangkinbala
  4. Children of the World
  5. Love is a Beautiful Thing
  6. Come N Dance (radio mix)
  7. Farewell

Blekbala Mujik

Released
1995
Tracks
  1. Mimi (Wajbagada)
  2. Walking Together
  3. Drangkinbala
  4. Buffalo Stampede
  5. Don't Worry Just Be Happy
  6. Come n Dance
  7. White Cockatoo (traditional)
  8. Mibala Yubala
  9. Mimi (traditional)
  10. Walls
  11. One More Story
  12. Farewell (traditional)

Walking Together (7″)

Released
1995
Tracks
  1. Walking Together - Radio Mix
  2. Walking Together - Full Mix
  3. Walking Together - Instrumental
  4. Walking Together - U.S. Mix
  5. Buffalo Stampede (Traditional)
Notes

Walking Together was used by the Council For Reconciliation in media campaigns.


We Are One

Released
22 February 2013
Tracks
  1. Moon Dreaming (Gurrngarwurluk)
  2. Walls
  3. Loving Feeling
  4. Wan Wei Striyt
  5. We Are One
  6. Walking Together
  7. Tell Me Why
  8. Rise Up
  9. Good Times
  10. Lovers Apart

Greatest Hits Live

Released
5 September 2014
Tracks
  1. White Cockatoo (Willy Willy)
  2. Nitmiluk
  3. Come n Dance
  4. Rise Up
  5. The Sun Shines On Ngukurr
  6. MiMi (Bungal)
  7. Wajbagada
  8. Drangkinbala
  9. Kakadu
  10. Make Peace, Make Love, No War
  11. Nyukliya Fiya, Nyukliya War
  12. Love is a Beauitiful Thing
  13. Children of the World
  14. Make my Day
  15. Don't Worry Just Be Happy

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Harvard citation

Korff, J 2018, Blekbala Mujik, <https://www.creativespirits.info/resources/music/blekbala-mujik>, retrieved 18 June 2019

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